News: Foemmel Corners (07 Dec 1917)


Surnames: Davis, Draine, Davis, Anthony, Nonhof, Lawton, Osgood, Mabie, Huntley, Lawrence, Pietenpol, Foemmel, Eilers, Dorst, Beeckler

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 7 Dec 1917

Truman Davis and wife entertained 28 relatives at a Thanksgiving dinner.

Announcements were received here from Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Draine at St. Joseph, Mo., of the marriage of their daughter India Leighton to Captain Louis Samson Davis, E.U.S.R. on Wednesday, Nov. 28th, 1917.

Ruby Anthony visited her aunt's and Mesdames John Breese and Chas. Haden, also her cousin Mrs. Truman Davis.

The Mesdames Al Nonhof and Truman Davis received a letter of thanks for the comfort kit they sent Chester Lawton through the Red Cross.

The Rella Osgood and Al Mabie families ate Thanksgiving dinner at Albert Davis'.

Geo. Huntley, wife and son Milton spent Thanksgiving at Roy Lawrence's.

Mrs. John Pietenpol entertained the Davis families to a two course dinner Tuesday evening in honor of Captain L.S. Davis and wife, who came that day.

Mrs. Wm. Foemmel and children called on Mrs. Gay Eilers Tuesday.

Elsie Dorst spent Wednesday night with Lucile Davis and visited school at Granton the next day.

Lila Davis visited Haidee Beeckler's school last Friday.



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